Happy 2011 - Making the planet a better place one shell at a time

You might be a shelling addict if....

You tricked-out your Lexus with a big Junonia on top

You modified the earbuds to your iPhone

This is your dream house
This outfit is hanging in the same closet as your Lily Pulitzer's
You spent your money on a tattoo instead of a pedicure
This is in your bathroom
You bring the beach home with you

This is the shirt you wore to your anger management class

You will only cook with shell macaroni

This was your Christmas present.....wait, that was my Christmas present

You hang around lots of nice people who love shelling as much as you do!


  1. What??!!!!!, you got that beach cart for Christmas? I wanted to get you one for your birthday this month!!!!! Dang girl, now I guess I'll just have to buy you that A*W*E*S*O*M*E Shell House.

    Love ya darlin' and may 2011 be the year you find that elusive Junonia, well, after I find mine that is!


  2. What a cute post!
    I love that shelling cart! And that house is just awesome:)
    Happy New Year!

  3. What a cute post! I love cooking with shell macaroni (lol) but your wonderful beach cart is amazing! My goal is to get myself to the beach in 2011 for some shelling!

  4. HaHaHa Love, Love this post. The foot is a riot! But Ewwwww. Talk about tricked out.... is that a tricked out beachcombing laundry cart? LOL you are the best.
    ps- great idea on putting that junonia on the lexus.
    Happy New Year, sista! xoxo

  5. That foot tatoo looks painful. Great post...and happy new year!!

  6. Hahaha! You're too darn funny, girl! Shell toilet seat and all! Love the beach cart...my daughter was asking if I'd like one of those for my birthday or Christmas next year and I said YES!!! Told her I'd ask you shellacious gals where to get one...how 'bout it?

  7. Hahaa!!! I'm glad you live at the beach because it would be awful if you lived in Kent...
    oh well you'd maybe pick up pine cones instead? :)


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